Possibly the Greatest Black Film Ever Made in the History of Cinema

Possibly the Greatest Black Film Ever Made in the History of Cinema

After careful consideration it’s obvious to me that the film below is the greatest black film ever made. Of course I’m talking about none other than 1976’s The Human Toronado with the great late Rudy Ray Moore, Dolemite himself.

I’ve loved this film since I saw it for the first time at the sadly now gone Woods Theater in downtown Chicago on Randolph and Wabash when it was first released. Talk about a film that NEEDS to be issued on a blu-ray DVD it all its magnificent glory. Watch the trailer below:


The Human Tornado (1976) Original Theatrical… by SaleSud

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Comments

The Webmasta

It’s DolEmite. DolOmite is a mineral. Get yo shit straight.

http://www.dolemite.com/huh.php

Jug

@Sergio-I’m sayin’ the greats are the greats, whether it’s Aeschylus, James Baldwin, or Rudy Muthafuckin’ Ray Moore LMBAO

Sergio

@ JUG

MY MAN! You definitely know that film!

jessie's girl

LMAO I can’t deal with Sergio anymore!

Cynthia

OMG…Forgot about Dolemite. HILARIOUS!!! I need to rent this for some weekend laughter.

Neziah

LOL!

Jug

“Where is Cavaletti hiding my girls? Where is Cavaletti hiding my girls?! WHERE IS CAVALETTI HIDING MY GIRLS?!?!”

“IN THE HOUSE…ON THE HILL…IN PASADENA!!!”

If you know that scene, then you know this…One of the Best. Movies. Ever. LMBAO

MsWilliamsWorld

The Woods Theater—whoooweee—OLD SCHOOL!!!!!!!

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